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  1. Aug 28th 2010, 21:09
    Does it mean also "Without shyness, she asked me the question."?
  2. Aug 28th 2010, 21:17
    Well, technically, I suppose so. I don't think that is a very natural English sentence though.

    I think it's probably closer to "She asked me a question without hesitating." (where the hesitating would be due to shame if present).

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